Day: June 20, 2020

A Stop-Motion Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim

Runner and filmmaker Kiplin Pastor experienced been training eight months for an attempt at the rim-to-rim-to-rim traverse of the Grand Canyon in April. When the COVID-19 pandemic stripped away that opportunity, he built this cease-motion movie to fulfill his itch for a new obstacle.

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The CBD Balm That Saved My Ski Season

The entire world of wellness products is vast and perplexing. In our new series, Well Spent, Outside staffers endorse the concealed gems that theyre unabashedly obsessed with.


As a desk jockey with largemountain dreams, I’m overly common with aches and pains. I slouch at a computer system all 7 days and then spend my weekends slogging up skin tracks, heading in excess of the bars of my mountain bicycle, or climbing with much better-than-me close friends. I’ve experienced overuse accidents in just about every single joint, and I currently have a bruise on my left butt

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A (Reluctant) Case for the Virtual Race

For a lot of runners, 2020 will go down (in infamy) as the 12 months of the “virtual race.” In late Might, the Boston Athletic Association introduced that the 2020 Boston Marathon would be a virtual-only function. The New York Road Runners had to cancel very last month’s Brooklyn Half, but their virtual edition of the race continue to had around 8,000 finishers. In a novel choose on the structure, Millennium Functioning, an function firm and brick and mortar working shop based mostly in Bedford, New Hampshire, has designed a marked 5K system with a entirely automatic chip timing system.

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